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3
Aug

Working Paper 191: The Unnatural Rate of Unemployment: Reflections on the Barro-Gordon and Natural Rate Paradigms

3
Aug

Working Paper 190: Impact of Trade with ASEAN on India’s Employment in Industrial Sector

3
Aug

Working Paper 189: The Role of Feminist Political Ecology (FPE) Framework in Studying How Gender and Natural Resources are Interlinked: The Case of Women in the Aftermath of Bangladesh’s Arsenic Contamination

3
Aug

Working Paper 188:Are Human Rights and Economic Well-Being Substitutes? The Evidence from the Migration Patterns in Bangladesh and Myanmar

18
Mar

Admission to M.A. Programs 2020-22

Application Procedure for M.A. Economics/M.A. Financial Economics/ M.A. Applied Quantitative Finance / M.A. Actuarial Economics / M.A. Environmental Economics / Integrated M.A. Economics: Refer to the Central University of Tamil Nadu,Thiruvarur : http://www.cutn.ac.in https://www.cucetexam.in

28
Feb

Working Paper 187: Political Cycles in MGNREGs Implementation by K. Vinay and Brinda Viswanathan

28
Feb

7th Dr. Raja J. Chelliah Memorial Lecture, “Wealth Creation”, by Dr.K.V.Subramanian, Chief Economic Adviser, Govt. of India at MSE on 4th March, 2020

12
Feb

Seminar on Partition, Forced Migration and Social Identity: Identifying the role of identity in philanthropic behavior by Dr. Debayan Pakrashi, Assistant Professor at the Department of Economic Sciences, IIT Kanpur on 28 February,2020 at 4PM

This paper attempts to assess the role of identity in the context of charitable giving and punitive behavior among Hindu natives and partition refugees of West Bengal, i.e. those who have migrated to West Bengal (in India) from East Pakistan (now Bangladesh), post-partition of India in 1947 using a detailed and unique dataset from the Indian state of West Bengal.

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12
Feb

Seminar on Validity of capability estimates obtained through structural equation modelling in a multidimensional setting – an agent-based simulation exercise by Prof. Jaya Krishnakunar, University of Geneva, Switzerland on 18 February,2020 at 4PM

Abstract: The aim of this study is to evaluate the performance of structural equation models (SEM) in the estimation of capabilities in a multidimensional development space. We simulate a society using agent-based modelling techniques. As capabilities are hardly observed in reality, it is necessary to perform a simulation exercise for comparing the capability estimates with their simulated “true” values. Rather

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1
Feb

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